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Learn how to execute the mandatory role of decision-maker under the Title IX regulations. This online training will provide you with the opportunity to gain or further develop your existing skills related to serving as a decision-maker. In this course, we will discuss the requirements under Title IX related to reaching determinations of responsibility, overseeing parties' right to questions and answers, as well as foundations of equity, due process, trauma-informed practices and upholding student and staff rights. 

Learning Objectives

  • Strengthen your knowledge of best practices in executing the role of decision-maker including coming to determinations of responsibility and overseeing party questions.

  • Understand how to determine and make appropriate determinations regarding the relevance of party questions and answers of other parties and witnesses. 

  • Identify best practices in mitigating trauma within the adjudication process through ensuring there are necessary frameworks and expectations in place. 

  • Overview of what the current regulations require of K-12 adjudication processes including documentation and equity standards. 

  • Identify best practices in serving students and staff and ensuring all parties are treated fairly. 

Learning Style

  • Live, instructor-led class

  • PDF workbooks will be provided to participants

  • Video lecture with a PowerPoint presentation

  • Live Q&A throughout the training



  • Early Bird Registration: $700

  • Standard Registration: $800


This course meets consecutively for three days. You must attend all three days to receive your certificate of completion.

There are no trainings available for registration at this time. 



New Title IX Regulations

All upcoming training events are up to date with current Title IX regulations and guidance.

Certificate of Completion

Certificates of completion will be delivered by email.

For questions about the course or assistance with registration, please contact

Suzanne Gray at 

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